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N 663 B 6.1K C 127 E Sep 9, 2016 F Mar 25, 2017
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This is a panorama made of 2 sets of 13 vertical images from the Cedar Breaks National Monument in Utah. This is less well known as compared to the "Big 5" National Parks in Utah, but is a remarkably beautiful place. It resembles a huge eroded bowl or huge geode cracked open exposing innumerable red to orange hoodoos. Breathtaking! It is very close to Cedar City and Zion National Park. This is a blend of 2 panoramas, taken back to back and with the tripod unchanged in position. The sky images were taken at 18 mm, 20 sec., f 2.8 and ISO 12,800. The foreground was taken at 18 mm, ISO 3200, 300 seconds and f 2.8. The images were blended in photoshop. For anyone counting, lol, the foreground images took a little over an hour at 5 minutes apiece. Sitting around and quietly staring at the sky for an hour can be very pleasant. :-)

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

Thanks for all the kind support! Hope you enjoy! A big thank you to the wonderful Flickr family. Cheers, Wayne

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N 904 B 20.1K C 91 E May 4, 2016 F Mar 22, 2017
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The Alien Throne, New Mexico Badlands. Nikon D810A, 14-24 mm lens, 14 mm, f 3.2, 25 sec., 6400.

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

Thanks for all the kind support! Hope you enjoy! A big thank you to the wonderful Flickr family. Cheers, Wayne

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N 818 B 6.1K C 101 E Aug 29, 2014 F Mar 20, 2017
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Bryce Canyon National Park. Canon 6D Camera, 16-35 mm lens, f 2.8, 20 mm, ISO 6400. Single Exposure.

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

Thanks for all the kind support! Hope you enjoy! A big thank you to the wonderful Flickr family. Cheers, Wayne

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N 854 B 8.9K C 98 E Jun 6, 2016 F Mar 17, 2017
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Starlight Tufas at Mono Lake. Single Exposure. Nikon D810A Camera, 14-24 mm lens, 17 mm, 20 sec., ISO 12,800.

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

Thanks for all the kind support! Hope you enjoy! A big thank you to the wonderful Flickr family. Cheers, Wayne

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N 2.7K B 87.6K C 346 E May 4, 2016 F Mar 14, 2017
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Valley of Dreams in the New Mexico Badlands. 10 vertical images shot with a Nikon D810A camera and a Nikon 14-24 mm lens at f 2.8, 20 sec., 20 mm, and ISO 10,000. Lighting with Low Level Lighting (LLL). For more about this method of lighting please see lowlevellighting.org

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

Thanks for all the kind support! Hope you enjoy! A big thank you to the wonderful Flickr family. Cheers, Wayne

Tags:   hoodoos desert wilderness erosion badlands new mexico valley of dreams night sky night sky night landscape night photography wayne pinkston lightcrafter lightcrafter.com waynepinkstonphoto.com stars star starry night starscape nikon milky way galaxy cosmos the heavens astrophotography landscape astrophotography wide field astrophotography long exposure panorama BRAVO


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